New Zealand secondary school principals reflect on leading through the first COVID-19 lockdown (Thornton, 2021)

In March 2020, New Zealand schools entered a seven-week lockdown in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Principals faced multiple challenges including preparing staff and students for online teaching and learning, supporting teacher and student wellbeing, and communicating clearly with school stakeholders. In this study by Kate Thornton of Victoria University…
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